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Collin Cash

Business Development Manager

 

A native of Atlanta, Collin Cash received her degree in English with a minor in Mass Communications from the University of West Georgia while working part time at local newspapers. She began a career in tourism sales and marketing at the Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) before going on to become the first Executive Director of both the Carrollton Area CVB and the Douglasville CVB. While in Carrollton she also headed up the Main Street Program, a national downtown revitalization effort. As a CVB Director, Cash was a Board member of the Atlanta Metro Travel Association and received the President's award twice for her service before being elected as President herself. She also rose to the position of Vice President of the Georgia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus.

 

From the Convention and Visitors Bureau world, she made a brief stop at Six Flags Over Georgia as the Tour and Travel Account Representative before landing at the Historic Marietta Trolley Company in early 2010. In addition to her role as Business Development Manager she is in charge of all trolley charters, sales and marketing and even fills in as a tour guide for both the Trolley and the Ghosts of Marietta.

 

Now a resident of Marietta, Cash and her daughter share a home near the Square with their four cats. When she is not working she loves reading fiction, watching Brit-coms and going to local watering holes for Karaoke or Trivia.

 

 

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Audrey Griffies

Tour Guide

 

A native Georgian, Audrey has lived in Marietta and Cobb County since 1968. She attended both Young Harris College and the University of Georgia prior to obtaining a B. A. in English from Kennesaw State University with a minor in History. She served as the Public Information Officer for the City of Marietta for 20 years. Also a freelance writer, she is a former book reviewer for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution and her work has appeared in various local, regional and national publications.

 

Active in community and civic organizations, she is a former Rotarian and a graduate of Leadership Cobb. She serves on the Cobb County Library Foundation and is a member of the Fielding Lewis Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She lives in West Cobb with her husband of 43 years. They have two grown daughters and three grandsons.

 

 

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Charlie Webb Jr.

Honorary Conductor

 

Charlie Webb Jr. resides in Woodstock, GA with his wife Mrs. Etta Webb of 18 years. He has 2 sons, 1 daughter, 6 grandchildren, and 1 great- grand child. He worked in the Transportation Department at Lockheed for 40 years and was head of transportation for 25 of those years. He drove the Canton trolley for 3 years prior to becoming a Conductor with the Historic Marietta Trolley Co. His background in transportation has given him experience driving everything from the tugs used by Lockheed to move their planes around to limos and buses.

 

As a young man, Charlie had several jobs around the Marietta Square and has seen many changes in the Square in his lifetime. While growing up he had a job as a chauffer and at a car dealership just off the Square. Although he is not a tour guide, he has many stories of his own to share about the growth of Marietta.

 

Charlie takes pride in his driving, as safety is a top priority for him. You can bet if Lockheed trusts him to move their multi-million dollar planes around, you are in great hands with Charlie behind the wheel.

 

 

 

 

 

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